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doglegfirst
Sep 19 2016
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Wheel to wheel at over 60mph is not a time to be drinking. These aren’t go karts you rent at a minigolf course. These are racecars.

Sep 19 2016
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I’m pretty sure the last “race spec DCT” was built in the nineties

Sep 13 2016
9

The CLR was absolutely not a ground effect car. It was a car that had a flat bottom because of rules going against ground effect. If you look at the picture with the floor facing the camera, there are no Venturi tunnels on there. There are small diffusers front and rear but no ground effects tunnels.

Aug 12 2016
4

I’m pretty sure a ‘5 Chevy would be a Flintstones car. That’s why you saw straight to the ground

Aug 9 2016
1

Just supercharge the bed

Aug 8 2016
8

He could just be smarter than you Jason. He could have fit a squirrel cage type fan the length of the intake, that, geared high enough, is compressing the air. As for the Lamborghini exhaust, just cut two pipes off of the Gallardo headers and it is a well known fact that they will bolt directly to a Mopar Hemi (any Read more

Aug 3 2016
2

The diffuser shows that he cares about grip and traction.

Jul 25 2016
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Buying the engine and transaxle from Subaru would be really cool. It would really fit in with their brand identity since flat engines are always marketed for their low center of gravity. They may be able to get it from Toyota, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Jul 25 2016
15

I have insider information that E-class All Terrain is a road legal rally raid car (a la Dakar or Baja). It will run on 36 inch tires, 4-wheel drive, long travel suspension, and the V8 from the AMG GT all riding on a tube frame chassis. It will be a silhouette racecar with a fiberglass body to look like an E-Class. Read more

Jul 7 2016
16

That’s because the people voting CP are mostly justifying it by saying you can get them in equal or better condition for less

Jul 5 2016
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Reminds me of an old IMSA GTP car

Jun 27 2016
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Williams had a Bud Light sponsorship for a few years

Jun 15 2016
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This would have to be a new design from square one, the Ford blocks are 80 years old at this point

Jun 14 2016
1

Having forced induction would offset that issue.

Jun 14 2016
2

I wonder if you used this engine with a hot-vee configuration and a turbo you could fix a lot of the issues with the flathead. Then the exhaust would route between cylinders and you would not suffer from the awful compression ratio. Then you’d have about the most compact engine you could possibly have.

Jun 14 2016
2

Yep, not great for a lot of reasons

Jun 10 2016
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My nomination for COTD

May 3 2016
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The only option I cared about was the most expensive. How the hell do they not offer “90s teal” as standard?

Apr 28 2016
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It doesn’t help that this one had an intake coming up through the middle of the head.

Apr 28 2016
5

Wrong engine for Wall-E